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    Nvidia teases that "something SUPER is coming"

    Could it be the Turing refresh with faster-clocked GPUs and memory?
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    Re: Nvidia teases that "something SUPER is coming"

    It's an anti-AMD spotlight announcement lets not kid ourselves

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    Re: Nvidia teases that "something SUPER is coming"

    Super Expensive?

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    Re: Nvidia teases that "something SUPER is coming"

    Super-Low Availability?

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    Re: Nvidia teases that "something SUPER is coming"

    They're super!
    Thanks for asking.
    All things considered they couldn't be better they must say....

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    Re: Nvidia teases that "something SUPER is coming"

    Good to see AMD making nVidia step up their game. We'll see whether it does anything to increase the bang4buck.

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    Re: Nvidia teases that "something SUPER is coming"

    How about lower prices.

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    Re: Nvidia teases that "something SUPER is coming"

    Quote Originally Posted by jdsim9173 View Post
    How about lower prices.
    Ahhhh, hahahahahahahahahahah!

    More likely an RTX refresh, that will severely upset the 1st gen RTX owners. Nvidia really likes to kick it's early adopters squarely in the squidgy bits, but they keep coming back for more anyway...
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    Re: Nvidia teases that "something SUPER is coming"

    Quote Originally Posted by Spreadie View Post
    Ahhhh, hahahahahahahahahahah!

    More likely an RTX refresh, that will severely upset the 1st gen RTX owners. Nvidia really likes to kick it's early adopters squarely in the squidgy bits, but they keep coming back for more anyway...
    They did that to me. Bought a top of the range card at huge cost at the time, accepting the early adopter kick. A month or less later they bought out the "Ti" version which was the same price as mine and ~25% faster. I was livid and felt utterly conned as this was clearly a marketing trick and not due to processes being refined, etc.

    This, added to how they're treating customers at the moment, led me to get a Vega64. I sold my old card and the total cost to upgrade was £300ish. I could have got more for the old card but I was selling it to a friend and it had been used to plot the courses of asteroids and so on so I sold it a little cheaper and gave a few months warranty on it. This means my Vega64 at my old gaming budget needs to last around 3 years. That said, I'm now gaming at 4K so, if something REALLY good comes out and I can sell my card for a decent value (given it's quite good at compute grunt work, that might be doable), I might be convinced.

    Given the cost of gaming increase, at £300 I think it would be acceptable if my current card games for 1 year at 4K and another year or two at 1440P. In a year if it can't still keep up at 4K AND I'm still gaming as I am now.... I'll probably leave it. I'm just not playing as much as I was BUT I'm just not making time for myself to relax and when I do, people won't leave me alone for just 30 minutes. Today I said I wanted half an hour and was disturbed about 4 or 5 times, which makes playing an FPS kinda hard.

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    Re: Nvidia teases that "something SUPER is coming"

    Super
    /ˈsuːpə/, adjective, INFORMAL

    very good or pleasant; excellent.

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    Quite boring if you ask me ... Now if they said: "something OUTTA SPACE is coming" ... now that would have been something ..

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    Re: Nvidia teases that "something SUPER is coming"

    Super-normal pricing. I'll take a 2080 at £300.

    Great amazing super cul8r.

    Oh, you mean super-2050 non-ti for £300. Then I guess I'll keep waiting

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    Re: Nvidia teases that "something SUPER is coming"

    Early adoption always carries a risk - that can be a cost premium, risk of early supercession, or the technology bombing. Occasionally you may get a cost advantage if it is genuinely innovative and the vendor wants to gain an early market lead, but usually there are cost-to-market costs to be recovered from the early adopters.

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    Re: Nvidia teases that "something SUPER is coming"

    Maybe an affordable RTX 2080 Ti that doesn't have the RTX crap in it. Who am I kidding xD

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    Re: Nvidia teases that "something SUPER is coming"

    I logged in to make a snarky comment about Nvidia but I see people have already done it. Well done chaps

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    Re: Nvidia teases that "something SUPER is coming"

    No RTX crap in it? Are you high? That is what will make me buy it instead of AMD...LOL. They have until xmas to put out a card with all the features NV has, or I go NV 7nm for black friday AMD wins for cpu this year though, no matter how many we buy this year...ROFL. Pricing of 16c $499 is just stupid, so we'll upgrade all PC's this year I'd guess...LOL. I love low pricing but I hope they are wrong about it and charge much more for the sake of the company which still barely makes money and has lost like 9B over the life of the company at this point. That is hard to believe, but you can add up all of the years of AMD and you get a massive freaking loss. People don't seem to get how broke AMD has always been. Management needs to be fired if they price new cpus at what has been leaked. They will make nothing from desktops, and the only thing to save them is server cpu pricing then. There is hope with gpu pricing though if true, NV will just tack faster models on top and both companies will make money for more R&D at just the right time for all this new stuff that sucks up gpu juice (RT etc).

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    Re: Nvidia teases that "something SUPER is coming"

    Quote Originally Posted by ik9000 View Post
    I logged in to make a snarky comment about Nvidia but I see people have already done it.
    I just logged in to get all pious about people making snarky comments, but I see you've already done it.
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